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Nov 29, 2012 3:00am PST
has your answers. john, please be kind. >> we have a special one this morning. the brian williams writes, i love "way too early," but bill karins makes me nervous. i associate him with severe weather, counterclockwise flow and wind gusts of 70 miles an hour. i love bill but can't watch right now because i'm preparing for a storm surge of some sort. what happened to the other guy who used to host? >> the other guy, i think, is doing okay. as far as my death, destruction and devastation forecast, i think they'll be back very soon. anchor guy bri, you'll be just fine. no need to be nervous. "morning joe" starts right now. ♪ ♪ it's the most wonderful time of the year ♪ >>> good morning. it's thursday, november 29th. with us here on set, look at the tree all lit up. beautiful. lights went on last night right outside our building here at 30 rock. joining us this morning, the chairman of deutsche inc., donny deutsch, former treasury official and "morning joe" economic analyst steve rattner, political analyst and former chairman of the rnc, michael steele, in washington anchor for b
MSNBC
Dec 5, 2012 3:00am PST
, williams. >> there is a great deal of diversity and variety. for instance these three gentlemen alone look like the kind of guys who would sell you three very different types of insurance. >> look at this guy, paul ryan. he hases a widow as peak. that's weird, that's different. that guy looks like your average local news anchor. the bland white guy with glasses, is nearsighted but the other guy can glasses has astigmatism. what's that? really? nearsighted as well. [ bleep ] all right. >> that's pretty funny. >> joining us now, claire mccaskill and commentator for abc news, cokie roberts. great to have you back on the show. steve rattner is still with us. >> thank god. you should win the republican nomination. jesus is calling you home. >> remember we need to stay on offense in the republican party and my race is a post er child f that effort and -- >> do whatever you can to make sure the most extreme element. >> i agree. >> you know it's bad. >> why do the republicans keep doing this? why do they keep putting up candidates? >> millions of dollars into the primary. >> but now one of 20 wome
MSNBC
Nov 28, 2012 3:00am PST
of that year, except for red sox/yankees fans. ted williams. but other than that, that's when our year began and he's now in the 11th or the 12th month of 1941 alone for another year that we don't even remember, a terrible year for englishmen, britain, as president roosevelt would say. >> this is such an epic work about an epic human being, winston churchill begun by an epic writer, bill manchester. talk a bit about the degree of difficulty, what manchester left you, what direction he gave you, if any, in terms of completing the work that manchester devoted so much of his life toward. >> he had 5,000 plus pages of notes arranged in 100-page blocks, tablets. he called them clumps. i took them home and i say in the author's note, i learned pretty quickly they spoke to him in ways they couldn't speak to me. he had colds on the left and right -- codes on the left and right for topic and source. the key was lost. the librarian found it two years later. so about 18, 20 months into this i thought i can't do it. with bill's notes. he could have if he was healthy. so i kind of reverse engineered and
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